Copy of a programme for a concert at Naylor’s Theatre, Deseronto, Ontario.

"Grand Concert
Under the auspices of the
Ladies Guild of St. Mark’s Church
…….IN…….
Naylor’s Theatre
……ON……
Friday Evening, April 17th 1914
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Programme
1. Chorus – "The King’s Own Musketeers," Victor Herbert
The Misses Bartley, Gracey, Clement and Pierce,
Messers. Hoag, Baxter, Malley and Bartley

2. Vocal Solo – Selected
Miss Marion Wilson

3. Piano Solo- "Fur Elise" – Beethoven
Mr W. Baxter

4. Vocal Solo – "The Sailor’s Grave" – Sullivan
Rev. A. H. Creeggan

5. Vocal Duet – "Sympathy," from "The Firefly"
Miss G. Kettle and Mr. D. Pratt

6. Song in recitative – "I’ve Got the Mumps"
Miss Marjory Armitage

7. Violin Solo – "Country Dance" – Germain
Miss M. Campbell

8. Vocal Solo – "A Son of the Desert am I"
Mr. H. Aylesworth

9. Piano Solo – "Caprice" – Lack
Miss Florence Bell

10. Characteristic Song – Selected
Messers. C. Malley and W. Baxter

11. Vocal Solo – Selected
Miss Marion Wilson

12. Comedy in two acts entitled, My Turn Next"

CAST OF CHARACTERS
Taraxicum Twitters, a country apothecary….E. Stafford Hoag
Lydia, his wife…………………………………………….Miss F. Hall
Cicely, Lydia’s sister…………………………………..Miss F. Pierce
Tom Trap, a commercial traveller……………..Clare Malley
Tim Bolus, Twitters’s assistant………………..Denis Pratt
Peggy the housekeeper……………………………Miss M. Noble
Farmer Wheat-ear, a friend………………………Edward Large

SCENE ONE- Parlor adjoining apothecary shop
SCENE TWO- Dining Room
TIME – The present
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GOD SAVE THE KING"